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Beaker: 1B Reaction vessel: wide opening allows for stirring
Erlenmeyer Flask: 1E Reaction vessel: narrow opening and can be stoppered
Graduated Cylinder: 2D Used to measure volumes of liquids
Test Tubes: 6E 13 x 100 mm test tubes 10 x 75 mm test tubes Ignitiontube Long, narrow reaction vessel
Test Tube Holder: 6F Used to transport test tubes
Test Tube Racks: 2A Holds test tubes
Watch Glass: 4D Used to cover beakers (and also used to hold a small amount of solid)
Glass Stir Rod: 5C Used for stirring or for pouring to direct the flow of liquid
Medicine Dropper: 5D Used to transfer a small drops of reactant to reacting vessels (less than one mL) On top of each medicine dropper is a “rubber bulb”
Funnel: 6A Holds filter paper when separating liquids from solids
Pipet: 5E A calibrated thin narrow tube used to transfer liquids
Wash Bottle: 3A Holds water to rinse out reaction vessels
Spatulas: 2C Used to transfer solid chemicals Chemicals should never be transferred with your bare hands.
(Beaker) Tongs: 3D Used for moving hot objects
Crucible Tongs For handling hot crucibles; also used to pick up other hot objects. NOT to be used for picking up beakers!
Bunsen Burner: 5A Used to heat reactions
Evaporating Dish: 3B Used to heat solids to remove water
Crucible and Cover: 6C Reaction vessel: for heating small amounts of reactants
(Clay) Triangle: 2B Used to hold a crucible on the iron ring
Ringstand: 1A Flat base used to support objects
Iron Rings: 3E Ringstands and their Components The base to hold wire gauze and beakers on a ring stand above a Bunsen Burner
Utility Clamp: 4E Ringstands and their Components Used to hold glassware of different sizes on a ring stand
Wire Gauze: 4B Ringstands and their Components Used to support a beaker on an iron ring
Goggles: 4A Protection for your eyes and must be worn at all times during experiments
Dropping Bottle: 1D Used to hold and transfer concentrated liquids
Buret: 6B Calibrated tube used to discharge liquid to an accurate measurement
Thermometer: 2E Used to measure temperature (average kinetic energy)
Volumetric Flask: 3C Flask that is calibrated very accurately to a single volume
Mortar and Pestle: 5B Used to crush course crystals into a fine powder
Triple Beam Balance: 4C Used to mass reactants or products
Lab Equipment. Beaker Beakers hold solids or liquids that will not release gases when reacted or are unlikely to splatter if stirred or heated.
Lab Equipment. (Lab Coat or Lab Apron ) Beaker Beakers hold solids or liquids that will not release gases when reacted or are unlikely to splatter if.
LAB EQUIPMENT. SAFETY GOGGLES BEAKER WASH BOTTLES.
EQUIPMENT ID Bunsen burner – heat source
Chemistry Lab Equipment. Safety Goggles Protect eyes whenever working with chemicals in the lab.
Laboratory Equipment Pictures and Descriptions of Chemistry Equipment Used in the Laboratory.
Lab Equipments. Test Tubes 13 x 100 mm test tubes 10 x 75 mm test tubes Ignition tube Used for chemicals to mix or reaction.
LABORATORY EQUIPMENT AND THEIR FUNCTIONS
Lab Equipment Identification. 1. Goggles Use Protecting your eyes.
Lab Equipments. Beaker Beakers hold solids or liquids that will not release gases when reacted or are unlikely to splatter if stirred or heated.
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Unit 1: Chemistry Basics
Goggles Use: –Protect eyes during lab experiments –Must be worn if any chemicals or glassware are used.
Lab Equipment This will fill in the lab equipment chart.
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